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Porting Android to Jolla?

9th March 2014, 10:36 AM |#1  
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Would it be possible to create custom android rom to use Jolla as android phone?
 
 
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Probably yes.
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Would it be possible to create custom android rom to use Jolla as android phone?

As said probably yes , but i think its actually stupid. like why not buy an Nexus 4 \ Nexus 5 for a cheaper price and already have a native android?
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10th March 2014, 09:41 AM |#4  
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As said probably yes , but i think its actually stupid. like why not buy an Nexus 4 \ Nexus 5 for a cheaper price and already have a native android?
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for instance, if you were presented jolla and you want an android experience on it
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Probably yes.

Definetly yes. The Jolla phone uses Android compatible hardware, which can be 'talked' to using Jolla's libhybris and the bootloader can be unlocked via the Recovery menu.
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Definetly yes. The Jolla phone uses Android compatible hardware, which can be 'talked' to using Jolla's libhybris and the bootloader can be unlocked via the Recovery menu.


but why would you need android on a jolla?


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